TMNT Need a Good Ride Too!
For every great action figure there must be an equally awesome ride.The vintage Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle line is no exception. Kids of the late 80’s and into the 90’s had some pretty spectacular choices when it came to vehicles to get their figures from point A all the way to an epic battle. Sure there are the basics, the ones everyone had but there were some more obscure vehicles that really made the vintage line gnarly. Lets get to it!
- Store all the turtles in ONE vehicle!
- Quick release door with a turtle strapped to it for instant drive-by ass-kickery.
- It is a PARTY wagon. Come on.
- It is a more mobile technodrome, so when paired with the full sized ‘drome it was the perfect accessory.
- Drills and guns, lots of them.
- Cool periscope to view the mayhem.
- Vintage cars plus TMNT is a plus.
- Being full size to fit two figures is awesome. They could have easily skimped on the size but went all out.
- Eyeball missiles.
- It’s a mini submarine for one.
- It has a propeller, that works!
- It is always fun when the adventure takes to the water.
- It takes the “mutations” a bit further and larger.
- The accessories on this thing sold it. Gun, chainsaw, handcuffs, and a lamp up top just in case.
- Every kid wants a giant bee to fly around on, see “Honey I Shrunk the Kids”.
- Spinning drill in the front when rolled along a flat surface. Great for drilling underground escapes and making turtle soup.
- Fit two figures inside so Bebop and Rocksteady can show up just like in the cartoon.
- One of the more detailed vehicles of the line, which is good but also bad for those of us wanting a complete one.
DRUM ROLL PLEASE….
- Uhm it’s a huge inflatable blimp.
- Drop bombs with the flick of a switch on the handle.
- The size alone was enough to make a kids jaw drop but pair it with a handle for easy maneuverability and you have a winner.